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福彩号码查询 www.edasl.tw 大学英语四级最新模拟试题(1) 大学英语四级最新模拟试题 Part Ⅱ Reading Comprehension(35 minutes) Passage One Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passag The predictability of our mortality rates is some thing that has long puzzled social scientists. After reason all, there is no natural reason why 2,500 people shou ld accidentally shoot themselves each year or why 7,0 00 should drown or 55,000 die in their cars. No one e stablishes a quota for each type of death. It just ha ppens that they follow a consistent pattern year afte r year. years A few years ago a Canadian psychologist named Ger ald Wilde became interested in this phenomenon. He no ticed that mortality rates for violent and accidental deaths throughout the Western world have remained od dly static throughout the whole of the century, despi te all the technological advances and increases in sa fety standards that have happened in that time. Wilde developed an intriguing theory called “risk homeosta sis”. According to this theory, people instinctively sis” something live with a certain level of risk. When something is made safer, people will get around the measure in som e way to reassert the original level of danger. If, f or instance, they are required to wear seat belts, th ey will feel safer and thus will drive a little faste thereby r and a little more recklessly, thereby statistically canceling out the benefits that the seat belt confer s. Other studies have shown that where an intersectio n is made safer, the accident rate invariably falls t here but rises to a compensating level elsewhere alon g the same stretch of road. It appears, then, that we have an innate need for danger. In all events, it is becoming clearer and clearer to scientists that the factors influencing our lifes pan are far more subtle and complex than had been pre viously thought. It now appears that if you wish to l isn’ adhering ive a long life, it isn’t simply a matter of adhering to certain precautions … eating the right foods, no t smoking, driving with care. You must also have the right attitude. Scientists at the Duke University Med 15ical Center made a 15-year study of 500 persons perso nalities and found, somewhat to their surprise, that

people with a suspicious or mistrustful nature die pr ematurely far more often than people with a sunny dis position. Looking on the bright side, it seems, can a dd years to your life span. 11. What social scientists have long felt puzzled abo ut is why . A) the mortality rate can not be predicted B) the death toll remained stable year after year C) a quota for each type of death has not come into being D) people lost their lives every year for this or that reason Gerald 12. In his research, Gerald Wilde finds that technological advances and increases in safety standards . A) have helped solve the problem of so high death rate B) have oddly accounted for mortality rates in the past century C) have reduced mortality rates for violent and accidental accidental deaths D) have achieved no effect in bringing down the number of deaths homeostasis” 13. According to the theory of “risk homeostasis”, some traffic accidents result from . A) our innate desire for risk B) our fast and reckless driving C) our ignorance of seat belt benefits D) our instinctive interest in speeding “…statistically 14. By saying “…statistically canceling out the confers” benefits that the seat belt confers” (Para. 2),the au thor means . A) wearing seat belts does not have any benefits from the statistic point of view B) deaths from wearing seat belts are the same as those from not wearing them C) deaths from other reasons counterbalance the benefits of wearing seat belts D) wearing seat belts does not necessarily reduce deaths from traffic accidents 15. Which of the following may contribute to a longer life span? A) Showing adequate trust instead of suspicion of

others B) Eating the food low in fat and driving with great care C) Cultivating an optimistic personality and never losing heart the D) Looking on the bright side and developing a balanced level of risk Passage Two Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passag In California the regulators, the utilities and t he governor all want the Federal Energy Regulatory Co mmission to cap spot (现货的) market prices. The Cali (现货的) market 现货的 fornians claim it will rein in outrageous prices. Fed eral regulators have refused. The battle is on. says,“ Governor Gray Davis says,“I’m not happy with the They’ Federal Regulatory Commission at all. They’re living bills in an ivory tower. If their bills were going up like the people in San Diego, they would know that this i world.” s a real problem in the real world.” As part of deregulation, price caps were removed to allow for a free market. Timing is everything; nat skyrocketed. ural gas prices had already skyrocketed. Demand was h California’ igh from California’s booming economy. No new power p lants had been built here in ten years, and power pro ducers had the right to hike prices along with demand. And hike them they did. Loretta Lynch of the Public Utilities Commission says, says,” This commission and all of California was beat say‘ ing down the door of federal regulators to say‘help u s impose reasonable price caps to help to keep our ma stable.” rket stable.” longerFederal regulators did ask for longer-term contra cts between power producers and the utilities to stab ilize prices. The federal commission, unavailable for comment on this story, released a recent statement d reefending its position not to re-regulate. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Dec. 15,2000: enable “The commission ? s intention is to enable the marke ts to catch up to current supply and demand problems and not to reintroduce command and control regulation that has helped to produce the current crisis.” crisis.” Some energy experts believe that, without tempora continue. ry price caps, the crisis will continue.

Severin Borenstein of the U.C. Energy Institute says, “Some federal regulators have a blind commitment to making the market work and I think part of the proble m is they really don ? t understand what ? s going o n.” n.” Trading Gary Ackerman of the Western Power Trading Forum says,“He’ says,“He’s dead wrong about that. The federal regula tors understand far better than any individual state that, though it might be painful and it certainly is don’ painful in California, price caps don’t work. They ne work.” ver work.” 16. The battle between Californians and federal regul between ators is about . A) control over the price of power B) necessity of removing price caps C) hiking the energy prices in California D) a regulation concerning power supply 17. Governor Gray Davis was dissatisfied the with the Federal Regulatory Commission because . A) they did not know what the real problem was B) they were living an easy life in an ivory tower C) they could not experience the life in San Diego D) they turned a blind eye to the situation in Califo rnia 18. The Federal Commission uncapped the energy price with the intention to California’ A) help California’s economy booming steadily B) prevent power price from going up any further C) enable the market to deal with supply and demand p roblems signed D) have contracts signed between power producers and the utilities 19. To help keep prices from going higher, people and groups in California A) imposed reasonable price caps B) beat down the door of federal regulators C) urged the federal authorities to take action struggled D) struggled against federal policy to hike prices 20. Energy experts against price caps believe that . A) the present situation in California will continue unless there is price control B) the current crisis is partly attributed to

control previous command and control policy C) price caps can temporarily solve energy problems an individual state meets with D) they do understand what is going on in California and will take proper measures Passage Three Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passag Another cultural aspect of nonverbal communicatio n is one that you might not think about: space. Every person perceives himself to have a sort of invisible shield surrounding his physical body. When someone c omes too close, he feels uncomfortable. When he bumps onto someone, he feels obligated to apologize. But t person’ zone” he size of a person’s “comfort zone” depends on his cultural ethnic origin. For example, in casual conve rsation, many Americans stand about four feet apart. each In other words, they like to keep each other “at arm length” ? s length”,people in Latin or Arab cultures, in con trast, stand very close to each other, and touch each other often. If someone from one of those cultures s tands too close to an American while in conversation, the American may feel uncomfortable and back away. When Americans are talking, they expect others to respond to what they are saying. To Americans, polit e conversationalists empathize by displaying expressi ons of excitement or disgust, shock or sadness. Peopl face” are e with a “poker face”, whose emotions are hidden by a deadpan expression, are looked upon with suspicion. Americans also indicate their attentiveness in a con versation by raising their eyebrows, nodding, smiling politely and maintaining good eye contact. Whereas s contact ome cultures view direct eye contact as impolite or t hreatening, Americans see it as a sign of genuineness doesn’ and honesty. If a person doesn’t look you in the eye, American might say, you should question his motives doesn’ —or assume that he doesn’t like you. Yet with all th contact, e concern for eye contact, Americans still consider s taring— strangers— taring—especially at strangers—to be rude. 21. What the author discussed in the previous section is most probably about . A) classification of nonverbal communication B) the reasons why people should think about space

the C) the relationship between communication and space D) some other cultural aspects of nonverbal communication 22. How far people keep to each other while talking is closely associated with their . A) origin B) culture C) custom D) nationality 23. When an Italian talks to an Arabian on informal occasions,. A) he stands about four feet away zone” B) “comfort zone” does not exist C) keeping close enough is preferred D) communication barriers may emerge face” 24. A “poker face” (Line 3,Para. 2) refers to a face which which is . A) attentive B) emotional C) suspicious D) expression less 25. In a conversation between friends, Americans regard it as sincere and truthful to . A) maintain direct eye contact B) hide emotions with a deadpan expression C) display excitement or disgust, shock or sadness D) raise their eyebrows,nod and smile politely Passage Four Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passag We all know that DNA has the ability to identify individuals but, because it is inherited, there are a regions lso regions of the DNA strand which can relate an ind ividual to his or her family (immediate and extended), tribal group and even an entire population. Molecula (宗谱学 宗谱学) r Genealogy (宗谱学) can use this unique identificati tog on provided by the genetic markers to link people tog (家谱 家谱) ether into family trees. Pedigrees (家谱) based on su ch genetic markers can mean a breakthrough for family trees where information is incomplete or missing due to adoption, illegitimacy or lack of records. There have are many communities and populations which have lost precious records due to tragic events such as the fir e in the Irish courts during Civil War in 1921 or Ame rican slaves for whom many records were never kept in the first place. The main objective of the Molecular Genealogy Res build earch Group is to build a database containing over 10 0,000 DNA samples from individuals all over the world.

These individuals will have provided a pedigree char t of at least four generations and a small blood samp le. Once the database has enough samples to represent the world genetic make-up, it will eventually help i world maken solving many issues regarding genealogies that coul d not be done by relying only on traditional written records. Theoretically, any individual will someday b e able to trace his or her family origins through thi s database. In the meantime, as the database is being created, molecular genealogy can already verify possible or s uspected relationships between individuals. “For exam ple, if two men sharing the same last name believe th written at they are related, but no written record proves thi s relationship, we can verify this possibility by col lecting a sample of DNA from both and looking for com mon markers (in this case we can look primarily at th (染色体)),” 染色体)), e Y chromosome (染色体)),” explains Ugo A. Perego, a member of the BYU Molecular Genealogy research team. 26. People in a large area may possess the same DNA t hread because . A) DNA is characteristic of a region B) they are beyond doubt of common ancestry C) DNA strand has the ability to identify individual D)their identification DNA D)their unique identification can be provided via DNA 27. The possible research of family trees is based on the fact that . A) genetics has achieved a breakthrough B) genetic information contained in DNA can be revealed now C) each individual carries a unique record of who he is and how he is related to others D) we can use DNA to prove how distant an individual family, is to a family, a group or a population 28. The Molecular Genealogy Research Group is building a database for the purpose of . A) offering assistance in working out genealogygenealogy-related problems B) solving many issues without relying on traditional written records C) providing a pedigree chart of at least four generations in the world D) confirming the assumption that all individuals are

of the same origin 29. If two men suspected for some reason they have a common ancestor, . A) we can decide according to their family tree B) we can find the truth from their genetic markers C) we can compare the differences in their Y chromosome D) we can look for written records to prove their relationship 30. Which of the following CANNOT be inferred from the passage? A) We are a walking,living,breathing record of our ancestors B) Many American slaves did not know who their ancestors were. generally C) An adopted child generally lacks enough information to prove his identity. D) Molecular genealogy can be used to prove a relationship relationship between individuals. Part ⅢVocabulary(20 minutes) Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marke d A),B),C)and D). Choose the ONE answer that best com pletes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding lett er on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. 31. WTO is regarded by some countries as an access to markets foreign markets rather than as a for opening up the home market. A) commerce B) committee C) commitment D) commission 32. We should recognize that every company and every person is part of a long of customers and suppliers. A) pool B) line C) stream D) chain Today 33. Today the small town is better against flood than it was 20 years ago. A) protected B) prevented C) preserved D) prepared I’ 34. Did you mean I should keep the receipt? I’m afraid I have . A) run it over B) torn it up C) taken it apart D) shaken it off 35. Unlike photocopies of books, the digital copies

are virtually in quality to the original. A) similar B) identical C) resembling D) alike 36. The price of fresh vegetables according to the weather. A) fluctuates B) increases C) soars D) maintains 37. Your proposal looks good ,but I am not convinced it can be put into effect. A) on paper B) at sight C) under cover D) in bulk 38. The government that refuses to meet the needs of its people must bear the . consequences A) results B) outcomes C) effects D) consequences 39. The elderly people in this country are entitled to a special heating allowance from the government w hen they pass the age of sixty. A) claim B) declare C) inquire D) apply 40. The snow has been steadily for hours and the covered. ground is completely covered. A) showering B) dropping C) descending D) falling 41. The hostess went to great to make the child comfortable and feel at home. A) efforts B) lengths C) heights D) details 42. You said the post office is on this block, can you be a bit more ? A) particular B) specific C) abstract D) especial 43. His composition was so confusing that I could hardly make any of it whatsoever. A) meaning B) message C) information D) sense 44. I am afraid that you have to alter your views in tragic light of the tragic news that has just arrived. A) optimistic B) distressing C) indifferent D) pessimistic 45. As the saying goes, reading without reflecting is like eating without . A) chewing B) tasting C) digesting D) releasing 46. All of us did quite a good job but the teacher only him out for praise A) yelled B) singled C) selected D) pulled 47. Without a sure supply of water, farming in that area remains at the of the weather. A) disposal B) risk C) cost D) mercy 48. Industrial communities should be close enough to enough crowded centers but enough to reduce potential

dangers. A) advanced B) reliable C) distant D) sophisticated 49. She had a guilty about not telling the police what had actually happened. A) consciousness B) conscience C) consequence D) confusion 50. There is a beautiful of pine forest near my country house. A) extension B) length C) spell D) stretch We’ 51. We’ve all our time and effort in this plan, and don’ we don’t want it to fail. A) invested B) exhausted C) devoted D) assigned were, 52. The workers demands were,they only asked for a sm all raise in their wages. A) general B) moderate C) partial D) numerous 53. You should know to spend all your money on those impractical fancy goods. A) other than B) rather than C) more than D) better than Everybody 54. Everybody seemed to have known about his scandal, only his wife was kept in the . A) dark B) ignorance C) shade D) shadow 55. All students in the class a loud laugh when the professor told them a joke. A) let up B) let down C) let off D) let out 56. It can be safely that there is no living beings on that planet. A) resumed B) assessed C) assumed D) assured 57. There are certain when you have to interrupt people who are in the middle of doing something. chances D)opportunities A) chances B) situations C) occasions D)opportunities room 58. Mother into the room and kissed her sleeping baby. A) crept B) staggered C) rushed D) marched 59. The building started with a steel which was later filled in with bricks and concrete. institution A) institution B) terminal C) sightseeing D framewor 60. This book does not have an structure. Some parts are even contradictory . A) integrated B) informed C) intensive D) inward Part ⅣCloze(15 minutes) Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following pass age. For each blank there are four choices marked A), B),C)and D)on the right side of the paper. You should

choose the ONE that best fits into the passage. Then corresponding mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet wi th a single line through the centre. A food bank is the center of food collection and distribution in a community. This food usually 61 fro m grocery stores or manufacturers that have thousands of pounds of food to give 62 . Food banks operate in tricate and advanced warehousing operations, 63 food reis collected, 64 and re-distributed to the community. Traditionally, a food bank does not distribute food 65 to those in 66 . 67 ,food banks serve an 68 networ k of organizations in their 69 communities. These org anizations serve one part of the 70 and know the need s of the people there. 71 ,working together, the food bank and the community organization can serve a grea ter 72 of people in the most efficient way. Many food banks provide 73 services. They 74 from after school feeding programs, 75 Kids Cafe,to commu nity agriculture projects. (其后的一段时期 其后的一段时期) In the aftermath (其后的一段时期) of welfare refor m, food banks throughout the country are raising priv to ate 76 to operate innovative programs and to 77 those who are hungry. Every food bank strives to be a hung er advocate,producing 78 studies and tracking statist handsics, while lending their hands-on expertise to get le gislation passed and ensuring that the 79 of domestic boom” hunger is not lost in the shadow of an “ 80 boom”. 61. A) results B) collects C) comes D) gathers 62. A) away B) out C) over D) off 63. A) which B) where C) what D) how 64. A) accepted B) offered C) processed D) sorted instantly 65. A) instantly B) directly C) voluntarily D)readily 66. A) need B) haste C) debt D) order 67. A) However B) Otherwise C) Instead D) Certainly optional 68. A) abnormal B) optional C) imaginary D) extensive B)respective 69. A) individual B)respective C)special D)widespread B) 70. A) organization B) bank C) operation D) communit Therefo 71. A) Therefore B)Nevertheless C) Still D)Conversely 72. A) amount B) deal C) number D) quantity 73. A) regular B) other C) daily D) depositing 74. A) change B) alter C) differ D) range 75. A) including B) providing C) managing D)

distributing properties 76. A) demands B) properties C) funds D) plans 77. A) shelter B) feed C) clothe D) finance 78. A) poverty B) welfare C) hunger D) food 79. A) issue B) policy C) reform D) project economics 80. A) economical B) economics C) economy D) economic Part ⅤWriting(30 minutes) Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write A Letter Applying for a Bank Loan. You shou ld write at least 120 words following the outline giv en below in Chinese. 1. 你的基本情况 你申请贷款的原因、 2. 你申请贷款的原因、数额及用途 3. 你如何保证专款专用以及你的还款打算 Part ⅡReading Comprehension B12. 11. B12. D13. A14. C15. C16. A17. D18. C19. C20. B 21. D22. B23. C24. D25. A26. B27. C28. A29. B30. C Part Ⅲ Vocabulary 31. C32. D33. A34. B35. B36. A37. A38. D39. A40. D 41. B42. B43. D44. A45. C46. B47. D48. C49. B50. D C58. 51. A52. B53. D54. A55. D56. C57. C58. A59. D60. A Part Ⅳ Cloze 61. C62. A63. B64. D65. B66. A67. C68. D69. B70. D 71. A72. C73. B74. D75. A76. C77. B78. C79. A80. D 2006 年 6 月英语四级最新模拟试题答案详细讲解 Part ⅡReading Comprehension Passage One 11. B) 12. D) 13. A) 14. C) 15. C) Passage Two 17. 16. A) 17. D) 18. C) 19. C) 20. B) 21.D) 22. B) 23. C) 24. D) 25. A) Passage Four 26.B) 27. C) 28. A) 29. B) 30. C) Part ⅢVocabulary 译文】 31. C) 【译文】 有些国家把加入世贸组织看作是进军国外市场 的权利,而不是开放本国市场的义务。 的权利,而不是开放本国市场的义务。 D)【译文】 32. D)【译文】我们应该认识到每个公司和每个个人都是顾客 和供应者漫长链条的一部分。 和供应者漫长链条的一部分。 33.【译文】 年以前得到了更好的?;?。 33.【译文】如今这座小镇较之 20 年以前得到了更好的?;?。 B)【译文】你是说我应该保存发票?恐怕我已经撕掉了。 34. B)【译文】你是说我应该保存发票?恐怕我已经撕掉了。 35.B)【译文】与影印件不同,书籍的数字复制品几乎与原件一 35.B)【译文】与影印件不同, 模一样。 模一样。 A)【译文】新鲜蔬菜的价格随着天气的变化而变化。 36. A)【译文】新鲜蔬菜的价格随着天气的变化而变化。

A)【译文】你的建议理论上看起来很好, 37. A)【译文】你的建议理论上看起来很好,但我不相信它能 付诸实施。 付诸实施。 D)【译文】拒绝满足人民要求的政府必定自食其果。 38. D)【译文】拒绝满足人民要求的政府必定自食其果。 39. A)【译文】 A) 译文】 【 这个国家的老人过了 60 岁后有权申领特别取暖 补助。 补助。 D)【译文】雪已持续下了几个小时,地面全是积雪。 40. D)【译文】雪已持续下了几个小时,地面全是积雪。 B)【译文】女主人想尽办法让这个孩子自在不拘束 41. B)【译文】女主人想尽办法让这个孩子自在不拘束。 B)【译文】你说邮局在这个街区,能不能再具体一点? 42. B)【译文】你说邮局在这个街区,能不能再具体一点? D)【译文】他的作文思路混乱,我简直看不懂。 43. D)【译文】他的作文思路混乱,我简直看不懂。 A)【译文】鉴于刚刚传来的坏消息, 44. A)【译文】鉴于刚刚传来的坏消息,恐怕你得改变你的乐 观看法了。 观看法了。 45. C)【译文】俗话说,阅读不思考好比吃饭不消化。 C)【译文】俗话说,阅读不思考好比吃饭不消化。 B)【译文】我们大家做得都很好, 46. B)【译文】我们大家做得都很好,可老师只把他挑出来表 扬。 D)【译文】没有稳定的水源供应, 47. D)【译文】没有稳定的水源供应,那个地区的农业依然靠 天吃饭。 天吃饭。 C)【译文】工业区应该离人口稠密的市中心足够近, 48. C)【译文】工业区应该离人口稠密的市中心足够近,但也 要足够远以降低潜在的危险。 要足够远以降低潜在的危险。 B)【译文】她为没有把实情告诉警察而感到内疚 把实情告诉警察而感到内疚。 49. B)【译文】她为没有把实情告诉警察而感到内疚。 D)【译文】靠近我乡间住所有一大片漂亮的松林。 50. D)【译文】靠近我乡间住所有一大片漂亮的松林。 51.A)【译文】我们把所有时间和精力都投入到这个计划, 51.A)【译文】我们把所有时间和精力都投入到这个计划,我们 不希望它失败。 不希望它失败。 B)【译文】工人们的要求是适度的, 52. B)【译文】工人们的要求是适度的,他们只要少量增加工 资。 D)【译文】你应该知道, 53. D)【译文】你应该知道,不能把所有的钱都花在那些华而 不实的花哨商品上。 不实的花哨商品上。 A)【译文】好像人人都知道他的丑事, 54. A)【译文】好像人人都知道他的丑事,惟独他妻子蒙在鼓 里。 D)【译文】教授讲了一个笑话,班上的所有学生大笑起来。 55. D)【译文】教授讲了一个笑话,班上的所有学生大笑起来。 C)【译文】人们有把握认为那个星球上没有生命。 56. C)【译文】人们有把握认为那个星球上没有生命。 C)【译文】有些时候别人做着事你不得不打断。 57. C)【译文】有些时候别人做着事你不得不打断。 A)【译文】妈妈蹑手蹑脚地进入房间, 58. A)【译文】妈妈蹑手蹑脚地进入房间,吻了吻睡梦中的婴 孩。 D)【译文】大楼先搭钢结构框架,然后填入砖和混凝土。 59. D)【译文】大楼先搭钢结构框架,然后填入砖和混凝土。 A)【译文】这本书条理不清,有些内容甚至相互矛盾。 60. A)【译文】这本书条理不清,有些内容甚至相互矛盾。 Part ⅣCloze 根据句意, 食品银行”的食物来自于什么地方, 61. C) 根据句意,“食品银行”的食物来自于什么地方,C 项 正确。 表示“因为,由于” 意思不妥。 正确。result from 表示“因为,由于”,意思不妥。 此处解释为“送掉,赠送” 项正确。 62. A) give away 此处解释为“送掉,赠送”,A 项正确。gi out“公布,发表;用完” over 移交;停止( ver“ ve out“公布,发表;用完”;give over“移交;停止(做某 事)”;give off“发出(气味、信号等)”。 off“发出(气味、信号等) B)项正确 前半句意思是“ 项正确。 63. B)项正确。前半句意思是“食品银行实行复杂而先进的仓 储式运作” 后半句是定语从句, 引导, 储式运作”,后半句是定语从句,由 where 引导,相当于 duri

which。 ng which。 D)根据前后动词的意义确定该题选项 前面是 收集食品” 根据前后动词的意义确定该题选项, 64. D)根据前后动词的意义确定该题选项, “收集食品” , 后面是“再分发食品” sort“对食品进行分类” 后面是“再分发食品”,中间应该取 sort“对食品进行分类”, 而不是 process“对食品加工”,D 项正确。 process“对食品加工” 项正确。 B)下文提到通过机构网络提供服务 而不是直接发送食品, 下文提到通过机构网络提供服务, 而不是直接发送食品, 65. B)下文提到通过机构网络提供服务, 选 B。 意为“穷人” 符合上下文意思, 66. A)those in need 意为“穷人”,符合上下文意思,A 项正 确。 C)前半句为否定 后半句是肯定, 前半句为否定, 连接。 67. C)前半句为否定,后半句是肯定,中间用 instead 连接。C 项正确。 项正确。 意为“庞大的网络” 项正确。 68. D)an extensive network 意为“庞大的网络”,D 项正确。 69. B)根据句意, B)根据句意, 各个机构服务各自的社区, 应选 respective。 respective。 根据句意 各个机构服务各自的社区, D)参照上一句 参照上一句, 正确。 70. D)参照上一句,community 正确。 A)从上下文意思判断 此处表示结果(therefore), 从上下文意思判断, ),而不 71. A)从上下文意思判断,此处表示结果(therefore),而不 是转折(nevertheless),让步(still)或对比( 是转折(nevertheless),让步(still)或对比(conversel ),让步 y),A 正确。 ),A 正确。 后接复数名词, 72. C) a number of 后接复数名词,a quantity of 虽然也表 示“大量”,一般不用于指人,如 a quantity of meat,a qua 大量” 一般不用于指人, vegetables, 项正确。 ntity of vegetables,C 项正确。 B)下文提到食品银行还经营儿童快餐和社区农业项目 下文提到食品银行还经营儿童快餐和社区农业项目, 73. B)下文提到食品银行还经营儿童快餐和社区农业项目,所 other。 以本题选 other。 from…to…是固定搭配: 不等; 74. D) range from…to…是固定搭配: 从…到…不等;涉及 “ 从…到…”。 …”。 A)儿童快餐是课外食品供应项目的一部分 儿童快餐是课外食品供应项目的一部分, 项正确。 75. A)儿童快餐是课外食品供应项目的一部分,A 项正确。 是词组,意为“筹集资金” 76. C)raise funds 是词组,意为“筹集资金”。 B)项正确 项正确, hungry, feed“ 77. B)项正确,注意句末关键词 hungry,所以用 feed“提供食 物 ”。 C)参看逗号前 advocate“ 78. C)参看逗号前 a hunger advocate“主张存在饥饿现象 者”,后面应该是对饥饿现象的研究,选 C。 后面应该是对饥饿现象的研究, A)本处的意思为 国内饥饿现象这一问题” 本处的意思为“ issue, 79. A)本处的意思为“国内饥饿现象这一问题”,应选 issue, 项正确。 A 项正确。 boom“经济繁荣” 形容词作定语。 80. D)economic boom“经济繁荣”,形容词作定语。 Part ⅤWriting Sample: Sample: A Letter Applying for a Bank Loan Mar. 1 Dear Sir/Madame, I am a sophomore in Shanghai University, majoring in computer software. In the previous one and a half yea rs I have been a model student and monitor of my clas s. However, since I registered here, the expenses have b know, ecome a burden for my average family. You know, my pa

laid- rents are both laid-off workers, and, to make matter s worse, my mother has suddenly fallen ill and is exp ecting a major operation. It will be beyond their abi lity to finance me through my remaining education. It relieve is now a must for me to help relieve their financial I’ pressure. So I’m applying to your bank for a loan of 10,000 yuan. If my application is approved, all the money will go to my tuition and fees for the coming a cademic years. I’ve made a detailed plan to arrange my school life. partA part-time job as a family tutor will not be difficu lt to find and some work-study programs for students worklike me are also provided in our university. From the se sources I will be able to earn more than enough to support myself. I guarantee that I will repay the lo an within five years, that is, within two years after my graduation. Please have confidence in me: I have a very good credit record. I would be greatly obliged if my application is grant ed. Many thanks. Yours sincerely, Liuliu


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